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Sep 19, 2012 6:00pm PDT
is pierce morgan. >> tonight, in this corner romney depended the governor of virginia. battleground america one-on-one. tonight romney's 47% g axgaffe kelsey grammer life has been an endangered species. prescription for keeping america great. >> i think smaller government is a good idea. always have. lower taxes are a good idea. always have. >> this is "pierce morgan tonight". >> breaking news live pictures from miami mr. mitt romney is on stage. also breaking news from libya. the country's terrorism chief now says it was an attack. we begin with mitt romney he told and audience in atlanta that he believes in a redistribution of wealth and he does not. the tape came out with the president saying he believes in redistribution. i don't. i believe the way to lift people is not to take from some and give to others but to create wealth from all of us. to create and economy so strong it lifts everybody. >> virginia governor tells me why he is standing up for mitt romney. >> welcome. >> hi piers good evening. >> let me start with a simple question for you. do you agree that when mitt romney said 4
Sep 19, 2012 9:00pm PDT
everybody. >> virginia's republican governor bob mcdonald says why he is standing up for mitt romney. welcome. >> hi, piers, good evening. >> let me start with a simple question for you. did you agree when mitt romney said that 47% of americans are victims who basically scrounger off of the states? >> well, mathematically, the number was right, 46.4% of the people pay no federal income tax. i think that he would agree that he would not have said it this way, but with the lousy obama e kconmy, that unploem ploimt ove 40%, and food stam republicans the highest in history and entrepreneurship in the lowest level in 30 year, and so we have to do better, and we need a job creator and i believe in that part, we need more jobs created because we need more people working. >> for the american people to throw out barack obama, they have to belie that mitt romney understands their cares and concerns, and can do something about it. it is very hard for them when all they see in the last 48 hours is a sound bite of him saying that he does not care about nearly half of the population. his words, no
Sep 27, 2012 6:00pm PDT
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Sep 27, 2012 9:00pm PDT
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Sep 24, 2012 12:00am PDT
the interview yet. >> we're from the great state of texas, a man from virginia -- >> mr. rich has done the show before. you clearly haven't. this is my gig, my stage and i will finish the introduction. >> okay. okay. finish your introduction. >> after going their separate ways for several years, they're back together, musically with a new album, "hillbilly jedi." they join me now. welcome, gentlemen. >> okay, now, whoa, whoa, whoa. where do you get off? >> let me ask you a direct question. are you or have you ever been a liberal? >> i don't know what that is. >> that may cause the confusion. >> what i know is i'm a farm boy raised in virginia to a dad who was a hard-working man and a mother who taught me music and gave me great lessons in life, and i feel like the sky's our ceiling, the ground is our floor and the world is one big happy home. we ought to just love everybody. how about that? yeah! >> there's no room for that kind of thing in this world. >> people say that about john and i constantly and we debate about as tough as any two guys can, but we end it always with a cold beverage -- >>
Sep 14, 2012 6:00pm PDT
50, romney 43. in virginia and florida, obama 49, romney 44. they're beginning to get very depressed, the republicans, when they see these numbers. no republican has ever been elected without at least ohio. how worried should they be? >> if you ask any republican now if the election today was held, most republicans would say unfortunately it looks like president obama is leading. ohio and florida are in a close election, which is going to be must win for mitt romney. there are varying polls on virginia. virginia is looking strong for president obama but it's all over the map. president obama certainly has more paths to victory than mitt romney. he has to win florida and ohio and pick up nevada, colorado, iowa, new hampshire, wisconsin's in play. polls a snapshot of where we are now. you're right, it was before all of this tumult in the middle east began again. to the extent they represent a trend line tells us something. ohio is the only one of the three you mentioned that i think republicans are beginning to think is light blue and may be gone. >> maria, the advantage that the repub
Sep 13, 2012 6:00pm PDT
battleground states. in ohio, obama 50%, romney, 43%. look at this. virginia, 49% for obama. 44% for romney. that's florida. but same in virginia. 49/44. three battleground states. romney needs these three states if he's going to be elected. how worried are you right now that he's just not doing well? >> well, i think if you believe the polls, you would be worried, and certainly we have work to do. we've got a long way to go. but i think the lesson here, if you get the policy right, the politics will follow. let me give you an example. when barack obama decided that we were going to go in and help the french and nato to do something about libya the saying goes, if you break it, you own it. and i was talking to some folks today inside the state department and they told me that the security firm, it's called academy, the formally known firm of blackwater. academy was actually set to go in and provide security for the ambassador in libya. they have been waiting. they've done some preliminary evaluations, but for two months, they have been waiting while the state department decides to get the p
Sep 12, 2012 12:00am PDT
, that's how people in virginia and ohio and flida and the swing states are going to decide it. >> i was in tampa and in charlotte for both conventions. the republicans left tampa on a high note. democrats certainly left charlotte on a high note. last friday's jobs figures dampened that mood a bit. the president, former president clinton's speech was powerful. he used a key word, as you know, arithmetic. what did you think of his presentation, bill clinton? >> i thought if bill clinton were running, he would win by ten points against anybody. he's not running. honestly, he's trying to argue as a defense lawyer for somebody else's record that's very different than his. and i don't think it works. i think bill clinton's rhetoric was fabulous. i think the president and joe biden gave great speeches, then you wake up the next morning with 8% unemployment, and there's been an increase in permanent unemployment. 300,000 people stopped looking for work in august. that is staggering. we haven't seen things like this since the depression and i don't think you can talk your way out of it. peop
Sep 18, 2012 12:00am PDT
a normandy invasion on us, al qaeda in virginia. >> you're being quite naive, aren't you? >> i'm not being naive, sir. >> i think you are being naive. >> no. >> i think it's clear one of the main reasons america went into afghanistan was to try and get al qaeda dismantled, the organization which committed the 9/11 attack. >> really? >> you don't think so? >> how come al qaeda put the heroin business out? they took all the poppy growers and stopped the production of heroin. wait. now how much of that illegal heroin was propping up the international banks with laundered money. and when it dried up the first recession happened. well, now that we're back in there, we aligned with the poppy growers and the heroin business is back up full swing again. i thought we fight a war on drugs here. >> all right, jesse -- >> seems we're not. >> what would you have done on september 12th, 2001. what would you have done if you'd been president? >> what would i have done? i would have done a legitimate investigation to find out what exactly happened on 9/11. how did they know who did this so quickly like th
Sep 21, 2012 12:00am PDT
and you look at a number of polls showing barack obama has a fairly solid lead in virginia, fairly solid lead in ohio, he wins one of those states, he's got a very clear path to 270. he wins two, it's almost impossible to see how mitt romney can get the 270 electoral votes he needs. >> did the republicans choose the right candidate? the reason i ask, if you look at all the weapons to attack barack obama with, there are lots of them. 8.2% unemployment, $16 trillion debt, gas prices doubled in his tenure and so on. there are lots of ways you can really go for this president, but he doesn't seem to be doing that successfully. would a more charismatic nominee, a clinton-esque character, one who could make a speech like your man did at the democratic convention, if they had somebody like that, would they be doing better in the polls? >> if you look back at that primary field we were dealing with a year ago, there's no question with the exception perhaps of rick perry, who ended up imploding for other reasons, i don't think there was anybody else on that stage who could have gotten the nominat
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